There is also lemmy-stats-crawler:

"crawled_instances": 18,
"failed_instances": 7,
"total_users": 17671,
"total_online_users": 118,

Around 11,996 years for if everything keeps the same pace.

Linear fit will not be accurate … maybe logarithmic fit would be better ? Also : there will be a crisis someday at Reddit and there is no mathematical fit for that !

I know. I gave a result based on the assumption that users register at a constant rate just for the fun of it, which is obviously inaccurate, because that rate changes according to external factors.

I also used total users not active users in a month and of not lemmy in general. That line, on the small scale of less than a year does look linear, but obviously in the grand scheme of things isn’t.

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